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Excerpts from Amazon user reviews:
"This book questions everything about Christianity. It brings up all the questions that atheists pose and follows them to their logical conclusions. While it takes its shots at Christianity it manages to take into account arguments for faith, agnosticism and secular humanism. Rather than focusing on answers it asks big questions of those readers who aren't afraid of challenges to their belief systems."
"This book is a thought-provoking meditation on the concept of prophecy, and the power that it has over all of us, regardless of faith or belief."
"Lamb is alternately touching, funny, thought-provoking and even inspirational."
"This book was so funny I died, and raised again. No seriously, unlike me, it's dead funny. It has just the right amount of blasphemy and 'reality', keeping it firmly grounded."
"When I come upon certain stories in the Bible that were talked about in this book, the stories Biff, Jesus childhood friend refers too, I laugh and remember Biff's spin on it cause he was supposedly there and he told it his way."
"Sabrina is unnerving, distressing subtle, and humane. I couldn’t put it down. With a story that explores real human tragedy, the horrifying implications of extremist conspiracy theories, and the troubled lives of everyday people, this graphic novel is a compelling masterpiece."
"No documentary, mockumentary, youtube clip, news special, social media post, film, book, podcast, or article has ever captured the complexity of media and humanity in 21st century America quite so lucidly as this graphic novel."
"It was the first graphic novel ever to make the long list of the Man Booker Prize."
"Christina Dalcher created a novel that was ultra-smart, terrifying and ultimately what I believe to be a stunning and remarkable debut novel. From the moment I ordered it on Amazon to the time I finished reading it - just a few days - I was enveloped in and astounded by the world and story she created."
"While Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaiden’s Tale seems other worldly, Vox is in-the-moment."
"A page-turner, Vox is a thriller, love story, sci-fi novel that explores the dangers of silence."